Hotel Miami Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had originally planned to take the train from San Sebastian down to Reus, rent a car there and head to L'Amertlla de Mar. Jack and I decided on the train from Paris to San Sebastian that we had spent enough time on the train for one vacation already. So, our Knight in Shining Armour suggested we rent a car for the trip south and make a road trip ...
... would take us right next to the peninsula. We got to the beach just north of where we wanted to be by about 12, so we all sat down and ate our bocadillos (sandwiches that everybody's host mom had given for the trip). Then we started a small walk around the peninsula, stopping to take pictures, and then got to the castle around 2. The castle of Peńķscola is the biggest attraction ...
... and the air seemed thundery! So we did the 5km back along the very steep rocky trail to the campsite and not long after we arrived it started to rain.
This was the first time this year I had ridden my bike very far, and I was definitely saddle sore - although the padded knickers ...
... indoor swimming pool.
Everything is centralised and it is a very long walk to the Laundry, shop (for bread) etc.
it is not really 'our' sort of site
We left Vilanova and headed down the free road to Tarragona, then via the free Autovia to Reus, and then on to the scenic ...
... made me a gibbering wreck – poor John is all I will say.
Needless to say I survived and the lesson learnt is always take your bike lights when cycling down a disused railway line.
The scenery was beautiful, vineyards, orchards of almond trees and olive trees. Barley fields full of bright red poppies, wooded slopes with rocky outcrops and the odd glimpse of the hillside towns the railway once served in the distance.